Girls Night In must go further to invoke real change in order to protect young women at risk of being spiked. Amid a rapid and…View More Opinion: The Girls Night In movement can do more
The Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall is offering special student discount to go and watch the magnificent performance of Joker: Live in Concert on…View More Student offer to experience Joker: Live in Concert in Nottingham
An online survey conducted by Platform Magazine has revealed that 57.69 per cent of NTU students’ mental health has deteriorated since returning on campus. Following…View More Almost 60 per cent of NTU students say their mental health has deteriorated since moving back to university
Following numerous reports of girls’ drinks being spiked in nightclubs and venues across the country, the problem of drink spiking and predatory behaviour in nightclubs…View More “I was not able to move”: The reality of being spiked
Incidents of drink spiking have been on the rise since the return of students to university last month. Many Nottingham students have recently claimed that…View More Drink spiking: What it is and how to prevent it
After being back on campus for a week, in the wake of mainly studying remotely for over a year due to coronavirus, Yasmin Turner asked…View More “Covid still exists”: Do NTU students feel Covid-safe on campus?
Nottingham has the fifth-highest percentage of unvaccinated young people, government figures show. Latest estimates for the 18 – 29-year-old age group show that 44 per…View More Nottingham has one of the lowest percentages of vaccinated young people in the UK
Introduced in 2020 to help improve the fortune of the hospitality industry, “Eat Out to Help Out” (EOTHO) proved very popular. Should it be brought…View More Opinion: Should “Eat Out to Help Out” be brought back?
A student shopping event is coming back to Nottingham’s Victoria Centre for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The “Student Night”…View More Shopping event “Student Night” returns to Victoria Centre
University students working part-time jobs are at increased risk of falling victims to tax scams, HM Revenue and Customs warns. The increased number of students…View More Students taking part-time jobs are at increased risk of scams, HMRC warns